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Categories: Environment | Add a Comment

OK, here’s my theory. The earth has it’s natural warming and cooling. We happen to be in a warming phase. The natural ability for the earth to complete cycles is inhibited by the added stresses of chemicals within its environment. I view it much as the human body. It is amazing what the body does, however, when it […]

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I never considered possibilities for education much past public or private school. I do know of several children that are home schooled, and am impressed with the dedication of the home schooling parent. I received a fantastic article in my Natural Awakenings email this week that I thought I’d link you to. It really made me […]

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I was at a party this weekend, and admiring a pair of twin babies about 10 months old. Gorgeous children; smiley, charming, and sharp as a tack. I could tell immediately because they loved Frank. At one point, I over heard their mother talking about her husband’s disapproval of painting the girl’s fingers and toes […]

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To get a better understanding of where the Personal Care Products Council (PCPC) stands on regulation of the cosmetics industry I clicked over to their site. In searching around I came across Spokeswoman Kathleen Dezio’s statement in response to “The Story of Cosmetics”. It is glaringly obvious this organization just doesn’t get it. Their position […]

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Annie Leonard and Safe Cosmetics are at it again! Another fantastic story; this time about cosmetics. Mentioned in this video is a point I just can’t get my head around: why are cosmetic companies like Revlon not called out more often for donating money to cancer research, yet still using carcinogens in their products? Just stop using the […]

Man of Adventure

Well, once again I admit, I have become one of those people. I just went to the Rock Star Puppy web site and ordered up a marbled fire dog helmet! Woohoo! Frank loves to scoot around with me, but I do worry about him hurting his little grapefruit head should we ever have an accident. Better […]

Categories: Animal Rights | 2 Comments

The issues of animal testing are layered, many, and emotionally charged. I’m starting out this series of essays on animal testing with some rudimentary data. Numbers don’t lie, although they vary depending on the source. A little back ground: Animal testing, also known as animal experiments and in vivo testing, is the use of non human animals for […]